Sidney Powell Gives Update on SCOTUS Decisions on Court Cases
Should we remain hopeful about the court cases before the Supreme Court in regards to the election, or should we throw in the towel?
Sidney Powell expressed how upset she was that the Supreme Court didn’t take up any of the cases that they refused to hear a couple weeks ago during an interview on the Erskine Podcast.
Here’s what Powell told Erskine:
“There’s all kinds of precedent for fixing what happened in this election from Bush vs. Gore to other cases as well I mean way back the supreme court said, there’s language about one man one vote, one person one vote and how important it is that votes not be fractionalized when that’s exactly what we have here by a computer algorithm that we can prove in multiple counties and it could prove across the country if anybody would issue an order allowing inspection of the machines.”
“The very fact that Dominion and other companies are not allowing inspection of the voting machines ought to tell everybody all they need to know. Federal law requires that election records be kept for 22 months. The very purpose of that is to make sure, to ensure to the people of this country that elections are fair and open, and there’s no hanky-panky going on at all.”
“Well, there’s no point in having the law the requires the preservation of records if you’re not gonna allow citizens to inspect what happened. In this case, it requires forensic evaluations of the machines and looking at all of the paper ballots. We already know that’s not going to match up. There were counterfeit ballots. People say, ‘Oh, well they did a full audit in Georgia.’ Well, if you just keep running the same counterfeit bill through the same counting machine you’re going to get the same result.”
“There is enough evidence in the cases before them or enough evidence in the public now to more than reverse the election in at least five states.”
You can listen to the full interview below:
Powell expressed that she isn’t very hopeful that the Supreme Court will take up any of the remaining cases, but we will soon see. I think that the cases remaining are of a higher caliber than the ones that SCOTUS rejected.